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Bunny the Killer Thing is a 2015 Finnish horror comedy film that mixes splatter, satire, and absurdity in a wild and outrageous story of a half-man, half-rabbit creature that terrorizes a group of unsuspecting cabin dwellers. The film is directed by Joonas Makkonen, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Miika J. Norvanto, based on their 2011 short film of the same name. The film stars Enni Ojutkangas, Jari Manninen, Orwi Manny Ameh, Veera W. Vilo, and Roope Olenius as some of the hapless victims of the monstrous bunny. The film also features veteran actor Richard Burton as the voice of the bunny, in one of his last roles before his death. The film begins with a prologue that shows how the bunny was created. A man and a woman are attacked by a group of masked men in a remote cabin. The woman is killed, while the man is taken to a secret laboratory where he is injected with an experimental serum derived from a rabbit. The serum causes him to mutate into a giant humanoid rabbit with an enormous penis and an insatiable lust for female genitals. He escapes from the lab and runs into the woods, leaving behind a trail of blood and corpses. The main plot follows a group of six Finnish friends who decide to spend a weekend at a cabin in the middle of nowhere. They are joined by three English-speaking men who claim to be filmmakers looking for locations for their next project. However, they are actually drug dealers who have hidden a stash of cocaine in the cabin. The group arrives at the cabin and starts to party, unaware that they are being watched by the bunny from afar. The film then shifts into a slasher mode, as the bunny begins to attack the group one by one, using his penis as his main weapon. He kills or rapes anyone who gets in his way, regardless of their gender or species. He also speaks in a distorted voice that only says one word: “Pussy”. The group tries to fight back or escape, but they are outnumbered and outmatched by the bunny’s strength and speed. They also face other dangers, such as a pair of hillbillies who want to rape them, a corrupt cop who wants to arrest them, and their own mistrust and betrayal. The film also has several subplots that add to the chaos and comedy of the situation. For example, one of the Finnish friends, Tuomas (Hiski Hämäläinen), is secretly gay and has a crush on one of the English men, Tim (Orwi Manny Ameh). Another Finnish friend, Sara (Enni Ojutkangas), is pregnant and does not know who the father is. One of the English men, Lucas (Marcus Massey), is actually an undercover agent who is trying to bust the drug dealers. And one of the drug dealers, Mr. McRain (Gareth Lawrence), is actually the father of the bunny. The film ends with a twist that reveals that the bunny is actually part of an ancient prophecy that foretells the end of the world. He is destined to impregnate a virgin girl who will give birth to the Antichrist. The virgin girl turns out to be Mignon (Nastassja Kinski), a mute girl who travels with her father Laertes (Hans Christian Blech), an old man who claims to be a former athlete and actor. The bunny finds Mignon and rapes her, fulfilling the prophecy. The film then cuts to black, leaving the fate of the remaining survivors unclear. Bunny the Killer Thing is a film that does not take itself seriously and aims to shock and amuse its audience with its over-the-top violence, sex, and humor. It is a film that parodies and pays homage to various genres and tropes, such as horror, comedy, action, romance, drama, musicals, and sci-fi. It is a film that challenges and defies conventions and expectations with its absurd and outrageous premise and execution. The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike. Some praised it for its originality and creativity in making a fun and entertaining horror comedy that does not hold back on its gore and gags. They also complimented the performances of the cast, especially Burton’s voice acting as the bunny. Others criticized it for its lack of plot and character development, its poor taste and vulgarity in depicting rape and violence as comedy, its low-budget production values and amateurish direction, and its wasted potential in exploring its themes and ideas. The film was also controversial for its explicit nudity and sex scenes involving Ojutkangas and Kinski, who were both underage at the time of filming. They later expressed regret and discomfort for doing those scenes, saying that they felt pressured and manipulated by the producers and director. They also stated that they had a bad experience working with Burton, who was drunk and abusive on set. The film was a commercial flop at the box office. It had a budget of $1.2 million, but only earned $50,000 from its Finnish theatrical release and $10,000 from its international distribution rights. It was also banned or censored in some countries due to its controversial content. The film has since gained a cult following among some fans who appreciate its daring and unique approach to horror comedy. It has also been recognized as one of Burton’s last films before his death in 2016.



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